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I got a code file and i dont know how to load it in Linux. In Windows i just type:

read "E:/code.txt"

But thing now i change to use Linux and cant do the same (Maple 2015 64bit Linux ver), try to load

read "/root/Desktop/code.txt"

It show me that:

I click Cancel and it show me:

Hope can help me another ways to use and load my code to run.

Why can't I run a produce on the Maple IDE? I can't add Maple environment to Maple IDE. The error is this.

License expires in 29 days
|\^/| Maple 18 (X86 64 WINDOWS)
._|\| |/|_. Copyright (c) Maplesoft, a division of Waterloo Maple Inc. 2014
\ MAPLE / All rights reserved. Maple is a trademark of
<____ ____> Waterloo Maple Inc.
| Type ? for help.
Error: EnvUtils:-KernelSummary("could not validate license %1, required by %2. Please check the Install.html file under the toolbox directory for instructions on how to activate a license.\nLicense manager error: %3")
memory used=0.7MB, alloc=8.3MB, time=0.11

Does anyone in the community know example worksheets that analyze "billiards", viz. trajectory sets of free, specularly reflected particles constrained to bounce around in a particular 2d domain?

Are there any examples using the Bunimovich Stadium Billiard?


Bob Terry

In this article I want to discuss the right way to store and build Maple code.

As mentioned in the Introducing the Maple IDE post, over 90 percent of the algorithms built into Maple are implemented using Maple language. The code of the algorithms is stored as Maple Libraries (.mla files).


Everyone knows that Maple combines a smart user interface with a highly sophisticated mathematical engine, where common tasks are performed quickly and seamlessly with point, click and drag operations. Of equal importance, however, is the fact that Maple is also backed by a comprehensive programming language. Also called "Maple", this language combines elements from procedural languages (like C), functional languages (like Lisp) as well as object oriented languages (like C++...

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